A new business club for young Saudi and French entrepreneurs has been established


Riyadh – Recently, a sahoor was held at the French Embassy in Riyadh to commemorate the founding of the French Saudi Young Business Club.

Mohamed Mourchid, one of the business club organisers, received praise from Ludovic Pouille, the French ambassador to the Kingdom, for his extraordinary efforts in putting the project together. Also, he expressed gratitude to Riyadh Al-Zamil, a director on the board of the Riyadh Chamber of Trade, for his “unconditional support.”

According to Mourchid, who spoke to Arab News, “This initiative is the product of a number of observations, most notably that while our two nations’ relations are excellent in a number of vital sectors, this is not always represented at the level of young. The future belongs to the youth, who make up more than 70% of the Saudi population. Our leaders are young in Saudi Arabia as well as France.

Young Saudis and young French people can build a strong bridge thanks to this effort, Mourchid continued.

Al-Zamil expressed his gratitude for being accepted into the club to Arab News. He declared, “I am personally dedicated to supporting all initiatives to create a prosperous future for our children and great-grandchildren.

Women may contribute to the growth of Saudi society and can make a difference in all spheres, according to Racha Al-Khamis, vice president of the Saudi Arabian Boxing Federation and a member of the Asian Boxing Federation.

She claimed that her father, who always treated her as an equal to her brother, was significantly responsible for her success as a woman. “Our father used to be our mentor. My brother and I used to receive the same criticism, she recalled.

The French Saudi Young Business Club is designed to provide a forum for young businesspeople from both countries to interact and work together. The club intends to plan business-related events centred on a variety of subjects, such as innovation, technology, sustainability, and future trends, in order to meet its objectives.

According to the club, alliances have also been formed with other groups to build a large network of young company owners and leaders.

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